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Tt^XA^RTA, VA. WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 20, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS VOLUME CXI. The Story of ? Medldne. IU name?"Golden Medlcal Dlscovesy ? waa suggested by one of ita moat imporV ant and valuabla IngredlenU ? GoWaa S?al r00t- *-v_ -. Nearly forty yaars ago, Dr. Plerea dla cov.red tbat he oould, by the use of pure, trlple-r.flned glycerlno, aided by a cer? taln daarree of constantly malntalned heat and with the aid of apparatua and appllancs deslgned for that purpoae, ex tract from our mosl valuable native ma dlclnal roota their ouratlve propertles mueh better than hy the _a^gf alcohol, soffoaerallyemployod. So the nc>w^world famcd "Golden Medlcal Discovery\NJor thn cure of weak stomach, lndlgostlon, .. dvspepsla. torpld llver, or blllousness and kindred derangementa was first made, aa n, without a particl. lt ever alnl of alcohol A glaneV ents, prlau _ will show tbat It la valuabla medlclnal 1... In our American foresftw All these ln redlents havp ""''vj*1 ft? flffT?' emtf r?1 iTiTV\? V-T. aWTTJ i7________TT?. !/7T/3S list of Its ingredl bottle-wrapper. s from the most \found grow Ing aredlen floflp'tif nn r.nrm aa t fllli_fcflfl,_j __ i.-ca.e.ry, r_n _ tti*5 book o( tbeso endoraemefl been oompilKl by Dr. R. V. Pierce, ol Buffalo, N. Y., and will be malled frte to any one aaklng same by postal card, or lottflr addressod to the Doctor as above. From these endorsomenta, co.ilcd from atandard medlcal bookaof all the dlffer ent echoola of practice, ft will be found that the Insrredlentaeomposlng the "Gold? en Medlcal Disooverv " are advlsed nol only for the cure of tne above mentloned d!s<_sc*, but also for the cure of all ca* tarrhal, bronchlal and throat affcctlons, acoompalued with catarrhal dlscharges, hoarsenn.-., sore throat, Ilngering, or hnng-on-cougha, and all those wastlng affoctionfl which, if not promptly and properly trented are liable to terralnate ln consnmption. Take Dr. Picrce's Dla covc-y in timo and persever* in Ita use nntll you give it a falr trial end It ls nol Hkely to dlsappolnt Too much must nol be expooted of It. It will not perform ?IracW It wlll not cure consnmption ^i Ita advancfl ttatffa. No medicine will. I will cure the aftVottons that lead np ta aonaumptlon. if taken in time. CATARRH JSS Ely's Cream Balm >> .J_f ia quickly absorbed. ^A^^^ ^Jy>* ? Give* neliet at Once. ^js 1"1* tS^ V. <t dean-s M.H?tliefl, /a'^^'A beala bii<1 lirote.ta ??___?______. tbe dis.-nswu mern ?*rane resultinr* fr un Catarrh and (trh away aCol.l la tbe 11" '-'1 qui'kly. Beatoi tho Svus.-sof Tsn*B aml BmeXt Full - 50 et*. ut Draggiata or by mal. Cream B?bn f-r u-e in eJo-dzen 78 Elv V- ?' "" " _. RICHARDfl.WATTLES ihani;kacturek of PBRTILIZERS Offick ami* Stockk: 116-117 N. Royal 8t. Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri culrural Implement9, Vchiclts, Harness, Field and Gaiden Seeds. WABEUOISFS MM I_ VWION KTRKKT, ON UIIOI SOllUBRN RAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed. Will always keep in etock the highest grade of these articlee. _^^^ GEOKGEE. price & co. -DEALER8IN Fresh and Salted Fish Are reoeivinsr Fish daily from the ahorea of the Po'omac and will aupply cnitome- id any quar.'i'iea to auit, either fresh or salted, hy <_p<5rie-eed p-okers. Country orders so licit-d and satUfiction guarauteed. Torma- C. O D., or heat referencea. r-ttll No. 2, Royal s reet entrance; Stall No 1, Fairfax street entrpnce to the City Market. and Fish Hou?e front of Corporation Fiab Wh-.rf. Pell 'phone 321-J. mar7 2m_ PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick. Front and Building Sand. WORKS : Hnntlng|Creek. vi ~'**.e**hon? 107. Phone 281. Greenhouses 8. Patrick 8t D. G. Orillbortzer CARNATIONS, 50c doz. ROSES, 50c to $1.00 FUNERAL WORK Promptly attendedjto. Delivered to all parts of the city. Sati__ction guaranteed. fnt.-i2 tf EsTABLISHED 1862. BURKE&HERBERT, Bankers. Modernly eqnipped for banking in ita vari or.% branceea. Deposita rect-ived subject to cheek at aight ColleetiouB made on all pointa. FTigh-grade inveatment eecuritiea boaght B~d sold. Lettera of Credit acd Foreigu Exchange furni'ih-.l. 8afe Deposit Boxes for rent. A Savings Depnrtment in which interest ls allowed on deposit*.____ G-bpnfr L. Bootbb M M. B. Baaw w ifkfiitnt. fl Vice President. Gko. E. Wabbi kix?. Cabhieb. First Nationa! Bank, AxaxAiroaiA, Va, Deslftnate- Depoeltory ol tiie lluited Statee. OAFTTAL ? ? WMI BURPLU3 AND UNDIVIDKD ._?I/W. PROFITS .... $1 < 5,000 Direesorsi P T. BOOTaTB, M. B. HARLOW Q. K. WABFIrLD. J. F. MUIR, WALTER R.OBERT8, Tt. R_i__, JR. _FRANClfi I. PM1TH._ OT1CK.?Ihe regular annubl nweticgof the atockhrlders of ihe (OflMBIA REAI. ESTATE COMPANY will be h.ld at tbeoflii-e of ihecompny, No.Ulgoutri Fair? fax atree', Alexandria, VirRtni., oa MON DAY. Mhv B, 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m. for th. elocticn c: iffice-a and other busines*. A. F. FARDON, Preaident. A.S. JONES, Secretary. april.1S.25._ Avdowiual Belto for corpulent pwple ob t_iu?d on special ordar at Laadbeatar's. **rjB__H_D DAH.T AlTD TM*w?_kXT AT flAZETTE BUILDINO. 810 A 81- PBINCI STREET fEntered at the Posrtofaoe of Alexandria, Ii* ginia, as seor-d-claae matter.l Tbkmb: __Uy-t yeatf. $6r00 6 moiiths 12:60: 3 montha, $1_8; 1 month, _t oenta; 1 week, 10 cenU. Tri-weekly?1 year, $8.00; 6 montha, $1.50 8 montha. 76 centa: 1 month. 26 oenta. Oontract advertiaers will not be allowed to ex* oeed theirspace unleas theexoess is paid for at transient ratea, and under no oircum> ?tanoea will they be allowed to advertiae other than their legitimate business in he space contracted for. Reeolations in memonam, of thanks, tributea of reepect, resolntions adopted by societies or peraona, nnleaa of public oonoern, will nly be printed in the paper aa advar-sa menta._ ANEW TELEPHONE PLAN FOH IHE FABMER8. HOW KACH RESIDE5CE |_ TUE COl'NTRY tABTHAVEATEI.El'HONEIN ITANM) BE (ON.NECTED WITH THE I.INE8 OF THE sOlTHKRN BKLL TKLEl'HONE AND TELEGRAPH COMI'ANY. For the paat few years tbe 8cuthfro 1J)!I Telephone and Telegraph OompaDy bad made every poBaible tfioit taco-oper ate wllh tbe larroera throughcut tbeir territory bo tiat it will be ln reacb of every farmer to bave telepbooe connec tioD oot only locally bot iorg diatanoes sa well at remsr.ably low ratea, as ia set foitb ln th'sarticle. Firat?For ihe people who llve within ten milea of Alexaodria, Va., wbo wlll gtt togetfcer, boild aod maintain tbeir line,bay aod iostaU their telepbooe sets, tbe company wlll ccnnect with theo at (be city llmit and ooly make a yearly cbarge ol 18.00, profidirg tbat there are sa maoy aa alx parties oo each line. Btcood?To thoae who llve so far Irom Alexandria to this the compaoy will graot permission for them to boild a iioetoany Toll slation along iti loog diataoce lloes, aod to coooett with same free ol all cbarge, except tbe regolar loog diataoce toll charge Irom Ibs polct ol coooectioo to the termlnatlog polot of the oiesaa~e. To baild a Hoe lt ocly requirea the follcwlog material at the prlcea given, Up to tbe preaeot tbere are a vast namber ol people c nnecied tbuugh the lloes of the Oalp'per Telephone Oom? pany, Falls Ohorch Te'ephone Com? pany, Warreton Telephone Company and'the Lorton Telepbooe Oompany, bnt tbere are atill a great many who havn't tbe advartage of tbe telephone, tbere* fore we woold aoggest tbat ibose who inay be lotereated wlll write to tbe mauager of the _ ntbero Bell Telepbooe and Teiegrph Oompany at AUxaodtla, Va , wbo will witb pkasure give them all neceasary ioformstionst tbat will ep ply to tbeir immedi. t ; local sorrc uadiogs. Yoor tongue iacostid. Yoor breiti ia fool. Hsadachfs come and go. Tbeae symptoms ahow tbat ycur atom? ach ia tbe trcuble. To re move tbe cruse Ie the first thlng, aod Ohamberlain'B Stomsch aod Liver Tabltti wlll do tbat. Easy lo take aud most effect've. rJuid by W. F. Ureigbtin & Oo., and Richard Gibsoo. MORE WINTRY WEATHEB. Hnow aod hall fell at intervals yester? day mcrning over the froit belt of nortb ero Virginia, and the thermomtt r ba* taken a decided fttnbla, /alliog 45 de? grees slnce Mooday at noorr, approacb ing dangeroosly near the Iretzing point. A dispatch from Keyaei, W. Va., aaya tba- temperature baa gooe down tu the frerz'ng point. The mcuitain topB are capped mAo anow. Thcuianda of doliars' wottb of froit io the Parkerabarg aection ol Wtst Vir? gioia aod throoghcut eoatheaatern Ohio waa destroyed by a heavy (roar, whicb prevalled over those localities yeaterday morniog. Boow fell doriog Mooday night, and in placsa water was frozm an inch taick. Early crops wcr.< also dam aged hesvily. A anowatorm raged in east Tenoessee aodaoithweet Virginia tiroogboot yes? terday. Froit groaera and tiu:k meo fcar a diaastrctn irene. A dispatch from Oomberland, Md., savsthe cold wave sgsln tbreateoa the UuA crop. Tha anowfall waa geoeral yeitrday morning. Tne Roanoke aect'on ol V.rginia ex* perieoced a cold wave followlog a raio that lastrd two days. Hnow fell an boor at B'n field, and a Norfolk and Weatern psssenetr train reachlng Roe noke at midnight ran tbroogh a ball atorm a number of mllcs lo tbe v>c<n:t of Wytheville. The mercory fell 25* at Roanoke in l> ur bonrs. Many Rrqueeta. from Catarrh sutiere-s who use atcmiMi-s have eaused us to put up Liquid Cream Blm, a new and convenienl form of Eiy's Cream Balm, the ouly remedy for Catarrh whicb can always be depended cn. In powtr to allay inflammation, to claanke the clogged air p?ssaj.e?, to promote free, natural breating, the two forms ot Cream Balm are alike Lii.uid Cream B.lrn is aold by sll druKgists for 75 cer.U, ino*uding apray ing tube. Mailed by Ely Bros., 66 Warren street, New York. KILLED BY A WOMAN. A difpa'ch from Welch, W. Vs., asya John Jonea waa shot to death yeaterday by Mrs. Oleek, with wbom he form'r j bosrdrd, and in a general ti_bt tbat fol lowed Jones's son, L*wis, waa probably mo tally woooded, J. P. J.n?s wib ahot ln tbe ahcu'der, and Mr*. Oleek'a stu'l was frsctored with a stone. John Jjoes hsd been warned several tlmes by Mrs. C. Oleek t> stay away from her home. Sbortly after noon yea? terday be appeared it the hooae, aod ao altercatloia ensned. A. G. Taylor sld >d with Mrs. Oleek, and tbis infuritt d Jooes who.grasplDgadinnerbel), piuod ed Taylor over tbe bead with it. Mrs Oleek procoreda revoiver and shot Jonet killiog him Inatantly. Shortly eft?rward Jooes* son entered tbe boose aod h.'t Mrs. Oleek with a stone, fractorlog ber skn I. Taylor tben tock the wespon naed by Mra. Oleek aod opened fire on yoong Jooes, one bullet peneirating his breast above tba hear.. J. P. Jonea, a relative of tbe dead msn, ihen in'erferred and wasshtt tbr u<h tbe (hcu'.der by Taylor, aho ihen diaaf (aared. Obambtrlain's fetomscb aod Liver Tabhtaaailst nitu-e in dtiflog all Inc purltlra oot of the syatem, lnaorlog a free and re_u ar condition and rtstcrlng the organarf the body to health and strength. 8old by W f. Orelgttin A Oo. aod Ricbard Qibeoo. THE "PBIOE8 OF FOOD. The preteot sensational drop in the price ol potatoes msy mean cbesp r food of all k'od*. Farmers are clcsing ttr. ih-lr anpply of old pnfa'oea for as ldtle as 20 cents a bushel, whicb ls the loweet price in many yesrs Otber fiods ara al o cbeeper. Asaruu't of ha Invesl! gatlooB. the Americao Agricoltnrist for April 23 wilsij: "A marked decl'ne bia occnrred In tbe pricea of ccrtalo food producls. If tbis declioe cor t u s moch longer the c immiisiot b (b> t ate iovestigit og high pricea will fiaa themselves wt of a job. "Oimpared ti the high pnii tin wheat last year, the present raaik t t Oblacgo shows a decline oi 17 ceu.s a bosbel. Tbe decline in com frcm the h'eh poltt ol last year ia 11) cents acd oata 20cen!s. In other wordr, the pteient wholeesle price oloata is 2 p-r cent. belo* tbe highesl prlces of last year, oorn Ib r (1 21 ptr oent. and wheat 14 per cent. "These dcclines in graln are rr fl-cted in millfeeds. What bran io now sel! Ing in tbe w.-st it $5 to (6 a too less tban prevlons high*?t quitaiions, a de? cline of 21 per cent., while middliogs bave decllned at Xew York pointa abott |3 a too, or 12 per cent. Even co'toc aeed meal la ofi $3 to f 4 (r 8 to 10 per Cot'on Itse f Ib a fractioncf aceot a cent pc ti id less than in Jamary, ahowiog a declioe of 5 per ceit "Potatoes have not been ao low in yesrs, wholeasle prices al present being a'40 to 50 per cect lower t^aninNc vetnber last. Vast cunbers of farmrra held on to their po'atjea octl tie late wioter or eprina; market, and are now glad to get rid of tbeir stock at 25 cents a bosbel, whereas a year ago Ihey wrre wholeealing a'. Ooicago at $1 a bosbel at thia time. "Butter hss decllned G per cent. Eggs have gone t rl as ososl in tbe aprtog. Eren beef cattle have no more tban beld the blgb qi't tons of March aod hogs are a ttifls i ll sltttough still very blgb, and prices ot sheep and lambs well main* talned. Tbere bas been a break ln the prloe of bay at connlry pointa in tbe west; beana are alao cbeaper. "Altogether, iodicaiinns muliiply lhat a reaction in food pricea has taken place," the American AgricuitoriBt says. "Witb gotd crrps in 1910 we may ex pect the price of food t> consomers to be lower than in the paat 12 ot 18 moit.s, altbtujhwedo not look lor a re'u-o to tie pbenoraenally low prices of 10 and 20 yesrs ago/' "They come high." "Tbe best are the chfapest." Oar propie waa tbem and si we say to ihe ladies yoo oan see J. A T. Ooosln's ExcloslveStyles at 422 Kiog atreet, J. A Marahall A Bro. AFFEOTED BY 1IIG1I PRICES With his face wrea hed in smiles, John D. Rockefeller watched the aailing of the Kaiser Wilbelm der C.rosse, of the North German Lloyd Steamahip Company, from Hoboken yasaterday. On tbe vesBel were bisdaugbter, MrB. B. Parmelee Prentice, her husband and their son John. Mr. Rockfeller, when asked if he was go'ng to meet Mr. Roosevelt on his re? tnrn, aaid: "No. I didn't like 'Teddy' before, and there is no telling how fierce he ia, now tbat he has come back from Africa. But I'm too happy today to be crosa with anyone." "Ar* you afraid of the ta'l of Halley'B comet?" chirped in a Brooklyn reportcr. "I don't tbink it will liave any effect on the consumption of oil," said Mr. Rockefeller. "Are you going abroad yourself this summer?" "I don't believe bo. Living is too higb." rj-mnel Welcb, prestdeotof the Berea. Kf., Natlooal Biok, was killed !av oigbt lo his diu-a-.oreby bis aoo-io-law, Grover Fish, it is Bsid. Fish stood lo s dnoraray and flred five sbots at Wclch. All t iok tflat ooe after Welch had (ai len 1-felesB. Fish aorrenderrd and al mit ed kllliog Welch, tu1. te'.uv.i to say wh?._ Annnal Reuolon, United Confederate Veterana. For above occaaion.Southern Bailwav take* pleaaure in announoing excnnion tickets will be p'aced on a-le April 23. 24, *6, Waahing? ton to Mcbile. AN., and return at $20 80 Porreapondinvly low fares from points in Virg'uia. Fin-1 return limit May 2, 1910 By depoaiting ticket with srjecial agent, Mo bile, and npon paymept ot fiftv ren'n, s ..ne will be exte-ded to May 19. 1010 Htoy ove-s allowe'l letnrning within finsl limit. Consult agenu-or write. _L. 8. BROWN, Gen Agt. ____________^_3_3_3s~__i-_i__~ ?_r_a?? _5_5tS _JCCt _SG.CS ? SUCCESS |S | VACUUM | ICLEANER ? jX Tbe "3occesa" fa Ihe only j}*! (Usiogle peraoo haod -.a:at.mii) (flclesorr oo tbe market tjdeyfy m\ which cleaos fl jor coreting* per* #*jt ?tfJ0 'r- m JU Drop tn a poa al or call aod IW (Uwe wlll Bf-od a mao to yoorftj 3' t home wllh oce for ycu to look an Eat aod see what lt wlll do. \t. D uM. Ruben & Sons 601 King Street. _______??_? HMIMHHMIMMHIMIIIIIIIMIIM Modern and Up-toDate io Every Respect ? ILEXlIKlOlOllL u,_ l Corner Kiog and Royal Streetf. CapitaT~$Tob,000 Iq the Savings Department are requested to bring in iheir pass books as early as convenient and ? have the interest due April 1 entered in the same. We Solicit Your Banking Busincss. CIGARS po .1 mw. lt you do you've misserl half the joys of smoking if you haven't been buying the Plantation and Choice Cigars. Here are Cigars Fit for a Millionaire and at pricea so low everybody can af fonl them. For cigars tbat are trust worthy and that yon duplicate we have tbem. See that every PUntation is atamped Hamilton & Co. HAMILTON & CO., 323 KING STREET. Thos. W. Robioson r oflDT AMr. ^* Makes The Best Concrete For s-le by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ALEXANDRIA, VA. DeaNrs in Cement, Lirae. Hair, Talcined Plaater, Wall Plaster, Terra Cotta Sewer Fip ?p8 6m and Floe I.ining, Fire Bricka, Fire Clay, 4c. _ Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporatlon ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. r-nthorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00 _$300,000.00 ^bTrlEXfORST" C. J. Rlxey, Joht_ P. Robinaon, Thomaa J. Fannon, C C.Leadbeater Henry K. Field, jht-try Baader, C>eor-.t S. Fr?ncb, J. K. M Norton We act aa Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fldel Ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted. Intereat paid on Savinga Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ* uah., and nromiae liberal treatment consistent with aound banking onethod-t_ DO AS YOUR NEIGHBORS DO. Get your Spricg Suit now and pay a little at the time. We have a complete line of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Boys' Clothing. The latest fashions of the season. Inspect the goods and convince yourself that our prices are lower than somewhere else. Goods and perfect fit guaranteed. S. H. BERMAN, 612 King Street aorfi 1m YOUR WORDS WILL RING TRUEI if you back them up witb a riog chosen here. If you' are as reliable aa our rings 4 she is goingto get a cood* husband Of course we are speakiog of betrothal ring?,| but we have wedding riags, and baby rings, too, for use1 at the proper time. They( are pme rings, too, for. beauty, reliability and reas onable cost. H. W. WILDT & SON, JewelersJ 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 345 MnTIC-V-THRANNl'AL MEETING ot ?> the aiockhollera of the PWE-'MATIC TOBXCC. SlEMMeR CoMIMNY will be held at the Hotel Flelsa bmann, in the city cf I lexandria. Vir.ioia, cn MONDA Y, the 25th daT of Aprl 19'0, at a oVlock p. m., for the elc.Mi>n < f ofti-ers anl fir the transaction of a 1 bosin'si which may properly come bafore ihe meetiog. G. A. PaEVOST, fecritiry. apr!5 td_ Nouserepspering vour hous. this -pring Climax Wall Paper Cleaner will make ths old r-per look almoat like new. Get it ai I^adh?MU?r'a. 2b" . nor._ Tra_aa and onlv th. beat annila ?old . ??drw*?ti?-J?i._ Leadbeatrr's l berry Ctaugh Syruo ia pure an-i saay to take. aod you can't beat it io ruring cougha. Uo and pet a bottls now, 25c. DO YOU READ? if so give us a call when in need of Books, Magazines and Periodicals, as we carryafull line of them 4 S. F. Dyson & Bro. Se)8 K1SC STREET. Bell Telephone No. 278. Look Over Those Beautiful Homes in Rosemont Nothing like them in Alexandria. Two with $ix bed rooms?three with four bed rooms. DESCRIPTION Dr/, cleao, concrele cellars, 6oe heatlog pliols, hi'.Ier'a aiok io piolry, porcelioe aiok io kitcben, soapstone wash trays, aervact'a t.ilet, bath room w'th fiatat sanitary plumbin--, beaotifal combioatloo gas and electrc lighting --luree, opeo fireplace, floors plaioed aod poliahed, wide porcbee, fice lawoa all sbaped up aod grass seed sowo, coocrete walka, etc, etc. All in the finest residence section south of New York. Open for inspection. F. L. SLAY/HAKER 313 King Street. WBMMMWMMtm iKMlil Sale of Favorite White Goods Desirable Kinds; Dependable Grades; Low Prices; Including Both Plain and Fancy. 35c White 36-inch Dress Linens at 25c. 25c Plain Sheer Flaxons at 17c. 25c Stripe and Check Flaxons at 15c. 39c Mercerized Batiste at 25c. 25c Mercerized Madras at 18c. 500 36-inch Rough I inen Suitings, all new shades, at 39c. 25c Imported White Dimities at 19c D. BEIDHEIH i S018, 316 KINQ STREET. JOrUf P. ROBINSOH, GKO. S. FRKNCH Preaident. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer aod Chemical Compaoy. MAKU. ACTUKERU OP Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid, Ask yonr dealer for the Alexsndria Ker tilizer 4 Chemical Co.'s ProtlncU. Capaclty: 50,000 tons per anniim, Princesa Street and Potomac Rivtr Whtf.r A UrandrU.Virgini'V "OTTERBURN Lithia aad Magnesla Spriaga WATER. Greatestknown Water for Dys pepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and Llver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse It and testify to its great merit FBAM- WABFIELD, Drcggisl 8uccwaor io WARFIELD A HALL. -TONE 144 SOLE AGEN.? HW Cnrnar Tal ?*'?-' aad Princ* *V*_r The Best Your Money Can Buy in Ice Cream is "Quality" Ice Cream BBICK OR Bl'LK. MADE OF Fresh fruita and pure ingredi enta- Special pricea for churches and festival-i H. BLOCM Bothihones Notice. The spring ezamioations for teachers.white and colored, will be beld in th. New School Building ou Prince itreet, letwe?n Patrick and H.nry. Alexandria. cn TIIPR8DAY. FRIDAY and .AU'RDAY, April 21, 22 and 23, 1910 open aarh day at 9 P, m. aharp. Applicanta will furnish ink and pena and ihe superin'endent will furui?h wniing pape-. Apt licanta mu-t be punrfu?il at hoor named. W. H. bWEEvEY, Superintendent. april lOt_ We har. aboulder braoea of _ll klnda. Buy a br.ath.-Hte or knickarbrck.r for yonr boy or girl. E.S 1 efcdbealer A 8oca. 'ne Be wis*. Use Climax Cl.au.er to cl.sn your wall.paper. 26c a box at Lsadbeater'a. BUILDING MATEBIALB. [KSTABLISHED lS-U] HEllf K. FIELD & CO. Racoeaaorsto J08--HH. D.8MOOT, Lumber and Mill Work OF ALL KINDS. Lime, Cement and Plaater Offloe aad Yard 116 N. Union street, FactoryNo. 111 N. Lee street. i_-*-_-.~ri.-.l Delivered FREE in tha eity, GKO0EBIE8. W. A. JOHNSON I COM WHOLESALE GROCKBS, ?XNKBAL COMMISHION MFJiCHANT And Deaic.s In ALL KINDS OF LIQUOR8,' Have cn han-1 Gibsoa'a XX, XXX, XXXX andPareOld Bye, Old Cabinet and Mouo iram Whia-iea: also Baker'aand Thonipson'a Para Bye Whiskiea, to which the:* invita the attention ofthe trade. Irdera from tho ootintry for merohandisa shall receive prompt attention. \jnsign_enta of Flour, Orain acd Coontry Produce solicited, for whioh they guarantae ae higheat market prlcea and prompt returna N. ? oorner Cameron and Royal Streats, JOHN AHERN & 00., *r_(OL_SALE AND RETAIL GBOsT___ Ar.' Dealara in FUR- WINES AND LIQUORS. Oonntry Prodnoe reoeived dally. Oar s*oe_ ?f Plain atd Fanoy Grooerica -_ibr_*s every* t-ue; to be had ln this line. Wt) hold largely ln United SUtaa bocdeal varahouaaanrt cs-rr lu?to_t -/ruriooa braadp ti ths beat _ PUBE PYE A1*D MALT WHISKIEF __t. Have also in store aoperier grades al Foreim and Amerioaja WINES. ALE8, BEOWN 8TOUT, At, Pat OaU.r.1 ili n Guaranteed aa to Pricer__ <Jt.iillt-.-_* Dm-ner Pr\i\r~ ?-"4 r,***-n?~_l I?i ?ti. General Insaranee igency LAURENCE STABLER, Ratm No. 4. Burke * rUrbert BI4y. Tha oompa-ie* repre-anted in this ofltoa a.veauets of over $100*000,000. An__f ithen ara: tlartford Flre Intnraace t: Liverpool At Loadaa & Qlaa*. /?tna Insaraaca C-a. Northera Asauraaca Ca. ?mrlaffflti- Flra * MarfaM. Prompt attention given to adj_s__?i et toaaas and all mstUrs oonnectad with __tar 8oni? fauilies buy five fcottlea ef Colonial Saraaparilla at a time. It certainly ii a go> d medicine, and tbey wonldn't ba without it, Six bottlea for $2.60. LeadUaater'e.